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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Blytheville, Arkansas Blytheville courier news vol. 56�?no. 257 Blytheville Arkansas monday january 25, 1961 to pages s cent s Jaycees Honor eight at banquet Lloyd Hocott who headed last year s successful March of dimes Campaign Jimmie Edwards who As a legislator pioneered in Arkansas industrialization Laws Paul Long a Sandy Ridge Community Farmer shared honors at saturday nights Junior chamber of Commerce awards banquet. Hocott who is associated with Phillips Ford sales was named Oung Man of 1961. Edwards owner operator of Jimmie Edwards furniture co., received the Good government award and Long was selected As outstanding Young Farmer of 1960. In addition at the banquet attended by More than 200 persons the largest Dsa banquet turnout in years a the Jaycees honoured their own top members. Ivey honoured Carl Ivey who has been Jaycee House manager for seven years received a special award and was one of the five Jaycee key members. The other four Robert Harrision. Jim Pearson Gen Russell and Finio Hardy. Under Hocott s direction last year the county March of dimes raised some $10,000. In addition he was Active in a Wanis legion masonic Lodge first Baptist Church and the Junior chamber of Commerce. Edwards who is president of Blytheville s Myca was author of amendment 49, which has been the key to Arkansas Indus Rili eation. Edwards is a member of first methodist Church and the Lions club and is a scoutmaster. Rented to owner Long began farming several years ago when he rented 90 acres. Today he owns 120 acres. He a Active in club work is a member of the farm Bureau i Wara and Jaycees. Arkansas attorney general Frank Holt was saturday nights speaker. Pointing out that a juvenile decency outweigh juvenile delinquency by 97 percent to three percent a Holt said statistics regarding major crimes in the u. S. Reveal a shocking trend. A the rate of crime in the United states a he said a is increasing four times faster than the population. A of the 2.8 million major crimes last year people under 18 years of age committed 46 percent of them. A forty percent of the Ille Dimate children born last year were to mothers in their teens. Citing the giant strides the nation has made in technological Progress. Holt asked a could it be that we have been sacrificing our sense of values As we make material Progress a incubator the Home the incubator d delinquency Hocott Iii my j new York a a two week old Harbor strike that had caused a paralysing Railroad tie up throughout much of the East was ended today by tentative agreement on a new work pact. Mediators including president Kennedy a new Secretary of labor Arthur j. Goldberg met in a Marathon 14-hour session that ended with the announcement of a settlement at 6 18 a in. Crippled transport the strike of Railroad tug and ferry boat workers against la railroads that operate in new York Harbor had crippled the City a commuter transportation forcing 100,000 persons to look for other Means of getting to and from work. The walkout of the 664 workers in three Marine unions on Jan. To had also virtually shut Down the new York Central and the new Haven railroads. Both roads said they hoped to get Back into operation by tuesday morning. Tile unions have called a ratification meeting for later in the Day at the seafarers Intima Back to Macy so lounging Model travels through Rome a la Cleopatra sort of. Gimmick was Ion photography. New approach to Fash new Survey shows serious food shortage chinese fighting sabotage by Alan Cline Tokyo apr an announcement from piping indicates unrest and sabotage brought on by a drastic shortage of food ii bringing new drives against opponents of the red regime. A voluminous communique issued after a meeting Jan. 14-18 of the top chinese command in piping referred again and again to the food shortage which was blamed on the a most severe natural calamities in a Century following upon serious natural calamities of 1959.�?T ares is winning great grammar Battle of 1926 the communists reported last month that 150 million acres were hit by these calamities. No figures were listed in the latest report but it left no doubt about the seriousness of the problem. The official new China news Agency reported a four Day cold Edwards Chicago apr a the grammar of the passenger department is deplorable asserted wave in Kiangtung province National Union Headquarters in. View president c. E. Spens of the Burlington Railroad surveying a sentence for a 1926 institution-1 China destroyed part of the Brooklyn. I a advertisement. Winter crop especially Sweet to both sides were expected to i it began a for within this tremendous area is produced two thirds the Oats More than half toes a Staple food of the toiling Okay the pact. The Corn More than half the Barley half the wheat a j masses. Quot a Are produced is the Correct form a declared Spens. Materials Short i the piping communique said. J not so said p. S. Eustis Pas a asked another. And even a am he a Pennsylvania Princeton Harvard the agricultural setback led to a Long in View of a weakening in Home life Holt said certain methods of attacking the problem Are available. A we certainly should have a family relations court and mental health clinics for the diagnosis and treatment of the mentally disturbed. Both mayor Robert f. Wagner and gov. Nelson Rockefeller who had invited Goldberg to attend the sessions praised the new labor i Secretary for his contribution to the settlement. Goldberg flew to new York less than 24 hours after he had been sworn into Kennedy a Cabinet. The key to the settlement was an agreement to postpone the Touchy Issue of Job Security. The unions had asked to have present five Man tug Crews remain Frozen. But operators wanted any new contract to state that management had the right to decide the number of men needed. Both sides finally agreed to defer any decision until next december when a White House study on Railroad Manning problems is completed. The striking Marine unions besides the seafarers where Marine engineers beneficial association and the International organization of masters mates and pilots. After seafarer pickets showed up at the big Union terminal in Cleveland. Ohio. Sunday the centrals the nations second largest no break seen in cold s grip by the associated press Winter a month old and rugged held an icy grip across much of the Eastern half of the nation today after a record cold weekend extending into the deep South. No immediate general break in the frigid weather was indicated but some warmer weather appeared on the Way for the chilled a a the tasks in 1961 Are extra or Gulf states. Eustis and Spens. Dina Rily great and arduous a the i lower temperatures however Eustis and Spens. The original communique but the Diffi-1 were indicated in Tennessee the the Chicago Burlington amp Quin combatants settled their argue bullies can be Central Mississippi Valley and and so in 1926. The grammarian j by Railroad recently came across ment with a flip of the Coin. It j communists claimed that parts of the Central great Plains. Battle was joined to the Delight j a Booklet chronicling the word turned up More than 90 per cent of the i 70 deaths but holy Cross in Worcester j population is Loyal to the red the cold weather and last mass., which in the resurvey j regime and is putting up with weeks Snow storms and blizzards amended its original Are Quot to their a temporary i that swept wide areas have been Senger traffic manager who had submitted the layout. He quickly produced a University of Chicago opinion for a want or would he came How can an l Temple switched their a is it was a in All. 22 schools and magazines were queried. The result 12 votes probably got that from the foot for Are a 6 for is j for either Ball coach retorted Spens. And issued an sos. A a Are is Correct opined Northwestern University. A a is it is said Harvard. A Are Quot it is. Said the literary digest. And 3 abstentions. Spens and Eustis and the literary digest Are dead but the Controvert still is not settled. Votes to none reversed from a a Are to a is a but Boston University maintained its earlier a a is vote declaring a technically speaking any would say a is shortage of raw materials for Light Industry. The leaders ordered that new sources of material along with increased production be achieved to a ensure the grammarian Supply of the people s daily be is the Correct less ties As far As of headline writers everywhere Puzzle and decided to resurvey a a Are is. A is splits five col the results released today 14 for Leges dictionary and Railroad Are i for and i for headlined one newspaper. I six did t answer. A is it a Are or Are it a is a the universities of Chicago. suggested another solution rewrite the sentence been hit last shut Down its Western Quot some hold out a return to the do vision a Eastern had old acc Camps As an approach to getting Young people off the Street and giving them the discipline they have failed to receive in their Homes. A in any event youth will be led t fitness by those who Are fit to Lead Jaycee president Floyd Doyle briefly summarized the 1960 Jay reds jail Pasternak Collaborator Kennedy reviews peace safeguards by John so Ali Washington apr president Kennedy launches a sweeping review today for the master plan his administration will pursue in its quest for a safeguarded peace with the communist bloc. At the Start of his first week in the White House the new chief j not a refolded a blamed for at least 70 deaths. The however it reported a an sex j fatalities were attributed to extremely Small number of landlord j posture. Snow shovelling exertion and Bourgeois elements have not j traffic accidents on icy roads and yet been sufficiently refolded fires. Seven children and a 33-and Are always attempting a i year old Man perished in a fire j in a Home in Pasadena md., this this element was charged with i morning taking advantage of the difficult j it was below Zero again this ties along with a some Short i morning in most sections in the coming in the work at the lower Northern tier of states from the Levels to carry out sabotaging Eastern Dakotas through the great j lakes Region into new England. The communique added that j icebox China had a few minor comm the Mercury dropped to More London a in soviet authorities have finally confirmed persistent reports that they have jailed Olga Ilinskaya close Friend executive set up morning and afternoon conferences with his Secretary is Par offices who although i than 20 decrees below Zero in Good willed and Well intentioned Northern Minnesota after a hone w i i i in a t------------------1 Are inadequate in their ideology i tingling -34 in Bemidji the a a of Tel admits i a in the double conference the Only j ministration efforts to find and i Tiona a so called a a icebox sunday Moscow radio said this weekend announced business on his Agenda name about 12 More top assistants Bayonet death that mrs Quot Ivinskas a a her t Xay it demonstrated the priority for Rusk in running the state de Santa Clara Calif. A police said husky Robert Sichel 14, admitted sunday night that he Cee year pointing out that the Sjue j a Middle aged neighbor club retired some $1,200 in indebtedness and successfully completed 34 projects including the National Cotton picking contest. Paul Alcorn was general chairman of saturday nights banquet. He warned is the Home. A and this is True whether or Jeef a Jolt cause not the cold War of Domestic strife Ever erupts into the hot War of divorce or not. A parenthood is a grave responsibility. Psychologists tells us a child a personality takes shape during the time Between six months and five years. A Are we As parents the source of values and ideals we once were a the nations strength is Only As Good As the strength of its Panama apr a homemade bomb exploded on the . Embassy Lawn sunday but caused no damage. Police arrested four youths and said they possessed eight bombs. Three other bombs have exploded in Panama City since Jan. 14. All were directed at the cars or Homes of persons who publicly opposed communism or cuban prime minister Fidel Castro. Woman with a Bayonet. They were still trying to determine his motive today. Police capt. Mal Sylvia said Sichel after intensive questioning admitted stabbing Marie Rozas 58. And then trying to Burn her Corpse. Sylvia said Sichel was arrested after a neighbor reported being him leave mrs. Rozas Yard just before the fire that burned her body was discovered. He said the boy was unable to give a Clear motive for the slaying. The badly burned body of mrs. Rozas a Clad in Bathrobe half slip and panties a had been covered with blankets and draperies. She had been stabbed or slashed at least 20 times. Daughter Irina. 23. Had been convicted of taking 800.000 rubles $80,000�?in royalties from Pasternak a disputed novel a Cdr. the Book was banned in the soviet Union apparently because of its anti marxist overtones. It was a Best seller abroad. The Moscow broadcast did not mention the prison terms but it had been reported in the West that mrs. Ilinskaya got eight years and her daughter three. The radio charged that mrs. Ilinskaya had carried out a plot to prevent Pasternak from Ever seeing Money brought by Western messengers. The broadcast said mrs. Ilinskaya persuaded Pasternak not to accept the Royalty Money because it came from an a anti patriotic novel but that she then pocketed it herself. The London times said the trial seems designed to discredit any Likely the Kennedy meeting with other manuscripts which May Rusk and Mcnamara would con have survived Pasternak or found cent rate on their Way abroad. Mrs. Ilinskaya j h a searching lok at the state was reportedly arrested last aug 0f nations military defences ust. Three months after Pasternak in departing Eisenhower called died. She is believed to have been them a second to none but in his Kennedy attaches to seeking an easing of East West tension while beefing up the nations defences. A grim reminder of troubles ahead reportedly came in a secret message from ambassador Llewellyn e. Thompson who met saturday in Moscow with soviet Premier Khrushchev. Same position Thompson s Cable was understood to report that Khrushchev while talking hopefully of an agreement with the Kennedy administration in private had adopted the same Tough unyielding position on issues that wrecked previous Western Hopes. Khrushchev served up the same Par tent. Kennedy moving about in the unpredictable fashion that has become almost routine since inauguration popped into the press room for a Surprise visit. He was accompanied by his wife Jacqueline looking like a fashionable teen Ager As she strolled through the White House lobby wearing beige Riding pants and a three quarters length sports coat. White House guards who never had seen anything like it during the stared goggle eyed. After going to Church sunday Kennedy kept up a rapid fire work a they Lack understanding of the i morning. Fundamental policies of the party and the commune but in Norfolk in Western Connecticut. Thermometers plunged to que said reporting a sort of 33 below four degrees shy of the Back to school movement called i record Reading of -37 in 943. A rectification. Two die in suicide pact 56-year-old record was Hroon in Windsor locks conn., near Hartford with a Mark of -26. To the South unseasonable cold was reported with freezing weath see weather on Page 5 Richmond Mich. Apr it was our Choice and we did it together a wrote Linda mabley 15, who was found shot to death saturday alongside the body of her Eisenhower administration sweetheart. State police said the blonde cheerleader and basketball Star James c. Erhart 16, apparently old hash to Kennedy that he had Pace. By late afternoon he named a died together rather than live the Model for Lara the heroine of a Cdr. Russell Stevenson on Job United nations . Apr Adlia e. Stevenson hands his credentials to Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold today beginning his new Job As chief . Delegate to the United nations. Stevenson arrived in new York sunday night. He is expected to make his debut in the Security Council later this Wek in debate on the Congo. Placed before former president an undersecretary of the Navy Eisenhower without Success said two assistant secretaries of Corn diplomatic officials. Merce. And a three Man panel to with this background it seemed advise him on conflict of interest problems and ethics in government. He picked Paul Fay jr., 42, an Independent Republican businessman from san Francisco to be Navy undersecretary. Fay who helped Campaign for him was in Kennedy s wartime torpedo boat Squadron. As assistant Commerce secretaries he chose Hickman Price jr., Detroit director of the Mercedes Benz automobile Branch in Brazil and Rowland Burnstan a chicagoan president of Borg Vearner International corp. I members of the study panel will be prof. Bayless a. Manning of Yale Law school. Jefferson Ford Ham Dean of the University of Pennsylvania a Law school and judge Calvert Magruder former see Kennedy of Page i Campaign Kennedy questioned this and pledged Quick moves to build More military muscle. 2. A blocking out of the new administrations initial diplomatic moves to thwart soviet plotting in Laos the Congo Cuba and red encircled Berlin. Kennedy got a preview during a White House luncheon sunday of rusks thinking about Khrushchev a Maneu vers. Undersecretary of state designate Chester Bowles also attended. The 2t4-hour session concentrated however mainly on and apart. Their bodies were found sprawled across a bed in Linda a bedroom. Each had been shot in the Chest with a .32-caliber pistol belonging to Linda a father a prominent Richmond attorney police said. Detective Laurence n. Hofman said the two Richmond High school students had been going steady for two years. The boy was to go to Amsterdam in june As an Exchange student under a state department program. Hofman said the two collaborated in writing a note to their parents. A a done to blame one of us More than the other a Linda wrote on a Sheet of lined notebook paper. Coroner Raymond g. Markle ruled the shootings murder and suicide. Or. Markle said James apparently shot Linda in the Chest and then turned the pistol on himself. Weather Arkansas a Clear and colder this afternoon and tonight. Tuesday sunny and continued cold. Highest temperatures this afternoon upper 30s North to Low 50s South. Lowest tonight to 15 Northwest to 15 to 25 Southeast. Highest tuesday afternoon mid 30s to mid 50s. Missouri a generally fair North and West Clear to partly Cloudy East and South and cold today tonight and tuesday High today 15-20 Northeast mid 30s Southwest near 30 extreme Northwest and West Central and 15 North Central Low tonight Zero to 5 above East and South 10-15 Southwest about to Northwest and West Central and near Zero North Central. Maximum saturday�?39 minimum yesterday�?17 maximum yesterday�?44 minimum this morning�?22 mean temperature�?30 5 Sunset today �?5 21 Sunrise tomorrow�?7 03 precipitation past 48 hours 7 in. In to 7 air a none precipitation Jan. I to this data -.61 this Day a year ago maximum yesterday �?32 minimum this morning is precipitation Jan. I to this hat -2m

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